“Transforming Children in Christ through His Church”

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Measuring Spiritual Growth

Spiritual Growth

A few years ago, we didn’t think it was possible to quantitatively measure spiritual growth in the life of a child. But just last month, EGM launched an experiment that will allow us to monitor spiritual growth in the lives of 900 children in Latin America. Can a transformed life be measured? EGM is committed…

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Why Go On Short-Term Ministry Trips?

Romania

Every Generation Ministries supports ministry to children in 14 countries. Part of that support includes sending teams from the United States overseas to connect with what’s already being done through the local church in those areas. Short-term ministry trips connect God’s people, and provide unique opportunities to serve the body of Christ. These opportunities help…

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Bible Resources by Africans, for Africans

Bible Resources

Our national ministry teams in Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo have been working hard to provide children’s ministry leaders in their communities with Bible resources for teaching boys and girls. In a region of the world that relies heavily on oral communication, they encounter unique challenges as they work to help children’s ministry…

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EGM’s Latin America Ministries Gather

Latin America

EGM’s ministries in Latin America are gearing up for an exciting gathering this February! Teams of leaders from Argentina, Chile, and Mexico will be joining together in Mexico City on February 18-23. They will also be joined by Oliver Cardenas, Krysten Norkaitis, Quinton Hufferd, David Jesse, David Overstreet and Daniel Watts from our U.S. headquarters.…

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Travel Update: Krysten Norkaitis in Washington

Childrens Ministry Training

“The childrens ministry training was like an oasis in the middle of the desert for the churches in the State of Washington. Most especially for the Hispanic churches. It was a great idea to gather a couple of churches to participate in the training. I can’t wait to go back to my church and apply…

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Fruitful Summer Ministry in Eastern Europe

Summer Bible Camp

This summer, EGM-Ukraine and EGM-Belarus ministered to hundreds of children from their local communities through summer Bible camp. God was honored through their efforts to see more children transformed in Christ. Here are a few of the highlights: Three new summer camp curriculums were produced and used by local Christian leaders. EGM values culturally-relevant Bible…

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Travel Update: Alex Bruda in Uganda

National Leadership

Alex Bruda — EGM’s National Ministry Builder — traveled to Uganda for a week in July. He went to participate in director orientation for Patience Atukunda, the new National Director for EGM-Uganda. It was a great joy for Alex to serve again alongside Emmanuel Manishimwe — EGM’s East Africa Coordinator — as they began this exciting orientation…

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(A Lack of) VBS in Latin America

Vacation Bible School

School is out and the time to enjoy summer vacation has arrived. It’s the perfect time to play and have fun, but there is a big problem in Latin America. Most parents need to work through summer to provide for their families. It’s just not possible to take time off to enjoy the sunny days…

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Travel Update: Quinton Hufferd in Hungary

Bible Resource Publishing

I was a little nervous about going to Hungary. It wasn’t the potential language barrier, the new people to meet, or the distance. It was the pressure of teaching a national ministry team that has been operating for twenty years. I started with the Bible resource publishing program abroad less than a year ago… what…

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Travel Update: Krysten Norkaitis in Mexico

Model Children's Worker Training in Mexico

Last month, I had the privilege of traveling to Mexico City to work with EGM-Mexico‘s Director, Benjamin Calderon, and a few key leaders. The purpose of the trip was to begin their training process on the five qualities of a Model Children’s Worker and to challenge them to teach others what they learn. What is…

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